SCOOTER BROWN TEAMS UP WITH VETERAN-OWNED MERICA BOURBON FOR SIGNATURE SERIES - Food & Beverage Magazine

SCOOTER BROWN TEAMS UP WITH VETERAN-OWNED MERICA BOURBON FOR SIGNATURE SERIES

Southern rock and country artist Scooter Brown has teamed up with veteran-owned Merica Bourbon for a special Scooter Brown Signature Series. As a Marine vet himself with an affinity for good whiskey, the collaboration felt only natural. Everyone knows that country music pairs perfectly with bourbon – according to Merica, both are “meant to be shared with friends, reminiscing on the good moments in life.”

“It’s been a dream of mine to put out my own whiskey. The partnership with Merica Bourbon has turned into so much more. A veteran owned company all made in the USA is obviously a perfect fit as well… and the whiskey is delicious!” says Brown.

“I am very happy to be working with such a talented musician as Scooter Brown on his Merica Bourbon Signature Series, It has been amazing working with another veteran who believes in a quality, affordable Bourbon that gives back!” says founder Derek Sisson.

Proudly made in America, Merica Bourbon Whiskey, uses only the finest American grain to offer the cleanest, smoothest and best tasting whiskey. Derived from American history, Merica Bourbon is made with the same passion that makes this country great.

The Merica Bourbon Scooter Brown Signature Series is available to purchase online in 38 states. Merch items can be bought here.

Scooter Brown Band recently released their newest double single on Veterans Day. The original, “Something Waylon Would Sing,” has that traditional outlaw feel, while the Waylon Jennings cover, “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand,” modernises a classic tune. Listen to both songs here.

The single has been added to Apple Music’s Country Roads, Don’t Mess With Texas and New Country Music playlists and can also be found on their Country Hot Tracks feature. Spotify added the song to their Next From Nashville playlist.

“It starts out semi-spoken, with a steel guitar weeping in the background. Then that familiar Waylors beat kicks in and the thumper production adds chicken-pickin’ Telecaster guitar and the audio pleasure meter goes up to “10.” Well done.” – Robert K. Oermann, Music Row

About Scooter Brown Band
After four years and three months, two tours overseas with one tour of combat in Iraq as a United States Marine, Scooter Brown traded his guns in for guitars and hit the road. Scooter Brown Band was formed and began playing mainly in and around Houston, Texas. They have toured North America and opened for some of their biggest influences including Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt, Dwight Yoakam, Lee Roy Parnell and the Marshall Tucker Band, just to name a few. With two of the members having served in the military, they dedicate significant time doing work for Veteran Support Organizations like Base Camp 40 – Warriors in the Wild, Lone Survivor Foundation, and the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. For the last few years the band has been building a new era in their career. Defined as modern southern rock, the band released American Son in late 2017 and was named by Artists to Watch by Rolling Stone. Spotify supported the title track of the album on playlists including “Country Rocks,” “Southern Rock 101” and “Texas Music Now.” Brown was featured as a finalist on USA Network’s “Real Country” in 2018 and was awarded Male Vocalist of the Year at the Third Annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards presented by iHeartRadio. In July 2019 they made their debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage, introduced by fellow road warrior, Opry-member Charlie Daniels. The band has continued a rigorous touring schedule while writing with some of the biggest songwriters in Nashville and recording new music set to release in 2020. For more information, please visit scooterbrownband.com.

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